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1803 June 11, 1915
Schools — Certificates of Health Required from Teachers and Pupils. (Reg. Bd.
ofH., Feb. 11,1915.
Sec. 123. The teacher and scholars in all public and private schools throughout the
Territory shall provide themselves, within fourteen days after the opening of the annual
school term, with certificates signed by some duly licensed and competent physician,
as to their freedom from any contagious, infectious or communicable disease. Such
certificates shall be upon forms spproved by the board. Physicians appointed by the
board will visit each school in their district for the purpose of making the necessary
examinations of those not provided with certificates .
Said certificates shall be renewed each year and for the protection of the public
health a certificate shall be required as a condition of connection with a stay [sic] in